Officials are urging any resident or visitor who bought their ticket from a NSW Lotteries outlet in Coffs Harbour to check their entry, noting it was not registered to a player card so they have no way of contacting the winner.
“Someone could be in store for a life-changing Friday, but first they need to check their ticket and discover they’re now more than $60 million richer,” The Lott spokeswoman Ally Ramsamy said.
“Previous winners have kept their winning lottery tickets in their wallet, handbag, on the fridge door or in the car glove box.”
The draw was the second-biggest jackpot in history, after a $150 million draw held in September 2019 which had three division one winners.
If you are going to buy tickets and try lottery, at least also try to check your tickets. You might just be the next lucky winner.